Networks and Predators

Networking is often critical to success in life, but some networks are more dangerous than others. So who’s in your child’s network? And for you, are there influences in your network of friends and acquaintances that might see you as a meal?

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Author: Jeff Lindsay

6 thoughts on “Networks and Predators

  1. It’s a beautiful creature, absolutely gorgeous, patient, efficient, diligent and dedicated in removing nasty pests, and in general truly beneficial for man. And those eyes!

    If your ex had those attributes, it’s a true shame that things didn’t work out.

    Divorce really saddens me, though I know it is sometimes necessary.

  2. Very clever, Mr. Lindsay.

    But I was referring to my ex-girlfriend. If Christians have taught me one thing, it’s the value of preserving a the family life.

  3. What do you mean by “are there influences or people who might consider me a meal?”

    Are you referring to TV? What do you mean, Jeff? I am not making light. What is an example?

    This is what I think would be my answer: anger, resentment, incivility, irritation are influences that will be my downfall.

  4. I was referring to predators, to people who exploit others and take advantage of them – physically, financially, etc.

  5. THAT BOOK IS NOT TRUE!! PLEASE ITS A FACT! LEARN HISTORY THEN READ YOUR BIBLE..WHAT A JOKE..

    weapon of steel, Indians whit prejudens?? WTF?!..is that?

    PLEASE GET A LIFE!.

    BE WELL.- jesus..

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